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Darab on the River

Darab on the River - story

Thamar E. Gindin

When Homai took the throne as the queen, She was kind and victorious – supreme! But when she had a son, the true heir to the crown, He was sent on the river, unseen. But…

Kunfoosa the Terrible Or: How to tell the difference between harmless pets and very harmful jinn

Kunfoosa the Terrible Or: How to tell the difference between harmless pets and very harmful jinn - story

Tamar Hochstadter

Many years ago, before the days of highways-speed internet and underground tunnels, before natural gas drilling sites ever existed, human beings lived here side-by-side with jinn. Today it may sound strange, but back then it…

Isis – The Story of The Goddess of Magic and Sorcery in Egyptian Mythology

Isis – The Story of The Goddess of Magic and Sorcery in Egyptian Mythology - story

Shoham Smith

The Goddess Isis was almost as strong as her grandfather the Sun God, the most powerful of all the gods in the universe. His name was Ra, but he had a few other names as…

The Laughing Hippopotamus

The Laughing Hippopotamus - story

L. Frank Baum

On one of the upper branches of the Congo river lived an ancient and aristocratic family of hippopotamuses, which boasted a pedigree dating back beyond the days of Noah—beyond the existence of mankind—far into the…

Old Mr. Rabbit, He’s a Good Fisherman

Old Mr. Rabbit, He’s a Good Fisherman - story

Joel Chandler Harris

“Brer Rabbit en Brer Fox wuz like some chilluns w’at I knows un,” said Uncle Remus, regarding the little boy, who had come to hear another story, with an affectation of great solemnity. “Bofe unum…

The Cat that Walked by Himself

The Cat that Walked by Himself - story

Rudyard Kipling

Hear and attend and listen; for this befell and behappened and became and was, O my Best Beloved, when the Tame animals were wild. The Dog was wild, and the Horse was wild, and the Cow…